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September 2017 - Houston

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P aperCity has teamed with The New Traditionalists showroom to celebrate Texas Tradition and Design at New York Design Center's marquee fall event, What's New, What's Next, Thursday, September 14. More than 7,500 top designers, architects, editors, and industry professionals attend an afternoon of panels, presentations, book signings and parties in more than 80 showrooms in partnership with more than two dozen magazines — Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Veranda, Traditional Home — and now PaperCity. Perhaps no other architectural firm in Texas exhibits more poetry and tenets of classical architecture than that of Houston-based Curtis & Windham Architects. Bill Curtis and Russell Windham join PaperCity editor in chief Holly Moore for a conversation and presentation from Curtis & Windham's book, A Vision of Place: The Work of Curtis & Windham Architects, followed by a book signing. The New Traditionalists founders, dapper gents Philip Erdoes and Brady Wilcox host, serving Texas barbecue and spirits (Tito's Handmade Vodka and Dulce Vida tequila), with one very lucky guest walking away with a pair of Lucchese boots. The New Traditionalists, bench-made classical furniture with modern detail, debuts a collection of custom architectural built- in cabinets and closets, and their first rug collection, which is designed in New York and handmade in India and China. Join us for What's New What's Next, September 14, 1 to 9 pm, New York Design Center, 200 Lexington. Event is gratis but RSVP a must, at event/whats-new-whats-next-2017. Anne Lee Phillips The New Traditionalists' first rug collection NYC A Vision of Place: The Work of Curtis & Windham Architects WHAT'S NEW, WHAT'S NEXT Russell Windham, Bill Curtis

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